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Biographical entry Strickland, Harold Foster (1884 - 1959)

MRCS 9 February 1905; FRCS 13 June 1912; LDS RCS 1929; LRCP 1905.

Born
1884
Died
12 December 1959
Sawbridgworth, Hertfordshire
Occupation
Dental surgeon and Orthopaedic surgeon

Details

This obituary appeared in volume four:

Born in 1884 he received his medical education at Charing Cross Hospital, where after qualifying he was appointed house surgeon, and then became a house surgeon at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. At one time resident medical officer at the Hampstead General Hospital, during the war of 1914-18 he served as a temporary Major RAMC from 1916. In 1922 he was in general practice with Dr P Hope Murray at Beckenham, having been honorary surgeon to the Marylebone Dispensary.

In 1934 his address was 37 Walbrook, EC4, with a country home at The Market House, Sawbridgeworth; and latterly he acted as a limb surgeon at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton. He died at Sawbridgeworth, Herts on 12 December 1959.

The following obituary appeared in volume five:

Harold Foster Strickland studied at Charing Cross Hospital and qualified with the Conjoint Board Diploma in 1905. He held posts as house surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital, and also at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and passed the FRCS examination in 1912. During the first world war he was a Captain in the RAMC and worked as a specialist in limb surgery at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton. He was promoted later to Temporary Major, RAMC.

Strickland practised in London, and as he took the LDSRCS in 1929 he must have switched his interest to dental surgery. Later he went to live at Singleborough in Buckinghamshire, but finally moved to Pulborough in Sussex. He died on 12 December 1959.

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